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Qnix QX2710 scan-line/flickering problems when OC'd to 96/110hz

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Lately I've been having some odd issue with my Korean PLS. In the upper right (and only in the upper right) corner I've had some horizontal lines flickering about. It's minor, but easy to notice (the higher frequency, the easier to spot). I've been running with 96/110 for quite some time without any problems but I guess it could have happened since the last time I moved the screen (packed it in the original box, but slightly more "squeezed" as the bezel was set different from stock to prevent BLB).

I've tried reinstalling and repatching the latest WHQL-driver for my R9 290. Did not make any difference. I did remove the bezel, though which seems to have removed the issue when I'm on 96hz. It's not as major as before at 110hz, but still easy to notice. My guesses are most likely not spot-on, but when I lay the monitor down (instead of having it standing up) it's not as much flickering, so I guess it could be the cords on the back of the screen. Couldn't really hurt to look at them. Other than that, I guess it could be something with the automatically set frequencies set by CRU when creating new hz-profiles. I doubt that, however, it has been working for a few months after purchase.

Thank in advance for any help! I wish not to go back to 60hz :c
Edited by Tmplt - 3/27/14 at 11:37am
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It seems like the flickering only occurs when I've had the screen on for some time. Could it be a heat issue? I can also add that I haven't tried using another DVI-D cord. I've heard that the one providing with the monitor is bad.
Edited by Tmplt - 3/28/14 at 12:43am
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